New York Post uses Jennifer Anistons laughing photo amid Brad Pitt-Angelina Jolie divorce
22 September 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – New York Post’s latest issue features the photo of Jennifer Aniston laughing as their cover as they touch on the subject of the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
In the cover photo of The New York Post, it was reported that it featured the words “Brangelina 2004-2016” in an extremely small font size as opposed to the size of the laughing photo of Aniston. It is believed that the cover photo seemingly expresses that Aniston got the last laugh as she was cheated on by Pitt when they were still married. Many are saying that Pitt did the same thing to Jolie with actress Marion Cottilard . Pitt has been working on with Cottilard in a flick in the past months.
The photo that was used is said to be taken back in 2011 when Aniston was immortalized after creating a hand and footprint at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre .
New York Post tweeted a copy of the cover and wrote, “Today's cover: Jennifer Aniston knew Brangelina would end one day.” Pitt and Jolie met on the set of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” in 2005 and soon after that, Aniston filed for a divorce from Pitt due to the cheating reports. Later that year, Pitt was seen with Jolie and her first adopted child. Years after, Pitt and Jolie announced that they are going to have their first baby together and in 2014, the pair got married.
Pitt and Jolie reportedly separated on September 15, over two years after they got married. Aniston has not commented on the New York Post cover photo as well as the reports about Pitt and Jolie getting a divorce.
Sources are saying Aniston believes the split of Pitt and Jolie was karma. The source added, “She feels like she’s happy, and she wants him to be happy too. Jen does not hold on to any negativity from her marriage to Brad.” These comments haven not been confirmed by Aniston.
Many fans of Aniston took to Twitter to slam the New York Post as they believe that it is just a form of clickbait to sell more copies and it would not be something the “Friends” alumna would say or approve to be part of.